Mon       9.15am - 10.45am
              7pm - 8.30pm

Tues       6am - 7am

Thurs     6am - 7am
              7pm - 8.30pm

Fri          9.15am - 10.45am

1 Class       $20 pw
2 Classes    $36 pw
3 or more Classes    $45 pw
Drop-in casual class — $25*

Classes run in line with the
Victorian State School terms.


403 Camberwell Road
Camberwell, 3124
Melbourne, Australia

At Yoga Yamabushi everyone is welcome, regardless of level, age or ability. The classes keep the body strong and cultivate the intuitive mind, bringing a deeper sense of purpose and connectedness to the practice and our small Yoga Yamabushi community.  Join us for a free trial class any time. 

At our studio you will find many different abilities and levels of experience in every class. A beginner is initially asked to observe and acquire the practice incrementally.  Everyone progresses at their own pace. It is important to remember that yoga is not a sport or a competition. Neither is yoga solely about relaxation.  It is about finding that point of balance between not putting in enough effort and pushing beyond your limits.  Finding that point of balance is not an easy thing, it takes practice, perseverance and patience.

  • *Casual classes are only offered to those who have had the foundation of at least one terms enrolment and are arranged on an individual basis.
  • Tuesday morning is a led class and for those who have gained some experience from the other classes.
  • Special offers for new students.
  • Classes run in line with the Victorian State school terms, with some holiday programs.
  • Fees are payable in a block for the whole term before the commencement of term.


One can have familiarity, ability, capability; but it’s not about this.  It is about learning and understanding about what one has to do in order to arrive somewhere; not to dwell on what is already there but to see what is not there, because what is missing, that is the obstruction.  This means that until one sees what is missing one cannot advance.
— Sundernath (Shandor Remete), The Edge Finds Its Centre.